Browns fans held one collective breath Sunday when starting quarterback Jason Campbell was helped off the field after 330 pound Ravens Defensive Lineman Haloti Ngota landed on him in the first quarter.
BEREA, Ohio - Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little was slapped with another speeding ticket after pleading no contest to drag racing earlier this year.
Little was pulled over by a Cuyahoga County Sheriff's deputy on Monday at 8:29 p.m. in Strongsville along Interstate 71 and the Ohio Turnpike, according to the Berea Municipal Court.
The ticket reported that Little was traveling 81 in a 60 mph zone with an expired license plate.
According to Cleveland Municipal Court records, Little was also charged with drag racing, failure to stop and assured clear distance in April. He changed his not guilty plea to no contest and was fined $661.
In December 2012 and May 2013, he was ticketed for license plate violations, Cleveland court records said.
Little is expected in Berea Municipal Court of Sept. 4.
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